Published on Sunday, 08 November 2009
How will you feel if all of a sudden your world shrunk into pieces of boxes? Maybe you will be alarmed and frightened. Well, that could be the exact feeling that will be experienced by your cat in case it witnessed how his old world disappeared after you packed your things for your move.
Certainly, moving does not only stress you and your colleagues but as well as your pets at home such as your cat. If you don't want to lose them in a snap while you occupy yourself with the things you need to finish for your move, you vitally need to value the safety of your cat from the hassles that are happening in your home.
Basically, there are two options that you can choose from. First, you can let your cat stay in a cattery. Here, your pet will surely be provided with all the cares it needs; although, this option might cost you a bit. In case you are not ready to spend an extra amount, you can then go for the second option, which is to let your cat go with you.
When you prefer to take the second option, make sure that your cat is safe from safe from any form of stress. Always be aware of its needs. More importantly, let it be used to its carrier where it will stay during the trip. This way, your cat will be safe from ay form of shock as you pursue your move.
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